STREET SCENES
01:00:00:00 Shot of Brent Sadler / Shot of the moon / (3:45) / 01:04:08:20 Shot of a cameraman / VS of a man walking down a street through cars / Vs of a man talkign to police / VS of kids on the stre ...
Netsilik Eskimos
At the late winter camp: PANS man at seal hole. MSs of man crouched over seal hole. MS of man removing snow blocks and pulling out sled. CSs of woman chewing a piece of skin to soften it. LS of man coming out of igloo and walking toward camera. CU of woman spreading hides. MLS of her kneeling on hides. CS of child chewing on meat. MLS of woman dragging hides into igloo. CS and MCS of man drilling hole on runner of sled with a bow-drill. MS to CS of woman outside of igloo, repairing roof by sewing hides together. MCS of woman scraping skin with her ulu (half moon-shaped knife). CS of her sewing skins. MCS of man and woman sitting and working, man splitting off antler. CS of child eating to MSs of man and woman putting hides on top of igloo. CS of man scraping strip from antler. CSs of woman scraping hide. Interior CS of roof. PAN down to woman sewing. MS of child's face, mother handing food to him, more shots of woman sewing, putting her sewing away, softening hide.
Apollo 17 astronaut stumbles and falls on the Moon
Apollo 17 astronaut stumbles and falls on the Moon. Footage of US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt on the surface of the Moon, exploring the Taurus-Littrow region as part of NASA's Apollo 17 mission. The gravity on the Moon is a sixth of that on Earth, resulting in a bouncy motion when walking on the Moon, together with stumbling and falling. Schmitt landed on the Moon on 11 December 1972, with mission commander Eugene Cernan. They spent 75 hours on the surface. Ron Evans remained in orbit in the command module. Dr Schmitt is the only scientist to have landed on the Moon. Apollo 17 was the last Apollo mission, and Schmitt and Cernan are the last people to have walked on the Moon. A total of 12 US astronauts walked on the Moon during the eleven manned Apollo missions, from 1968-1972.
FILE OF FLIGHT OF APOLLO 11 (1989)
APOLLO PROGRAM FILE OF APOLLO 11 LAUNCH ON ANNIVERSARY.
Paramount
Fashion show on the high seas during Mediterranean cruise from France to Algeria
APOLLO ASTRONAUT PETE CONRAD DEAD / THIRD MAN TO WALK ON MOON REMEMBERED
MORTON DEAN CS VO ON THE DEATH OF APOLLO / GEMINI ASTRONAUT PETE CONRAD
1970s man in spacesuit walks on lunar surface
1970s man in spacesuit walks on lunar surface. Surveyor 3 wreckage sits on the moon.
Bridgeman Images Details
MAN IN SPACE
01:01:00>>>various early attempts to fly, cut to early rocket tests, as it goes into space, John Glenn inside, rocket booster separating, views of earth from space, excellent series of space walk various views, inside rocket, color shots of moon landing and walking on moon, inside the capsule and views from space.
US TX Cernan Funeral (CR)
Funeral Held for Last Man to Walk on the Moon
Sleep disorders: can you control your nightmares?
Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin on lunar surface during Apollo 11 mission launched from Florida. First walk on the moon.
NASA astronauts on lunar surface during Apollo 11 mission, launched from Complex 39 at the John F. Kennedy Space Center on Merritt Island in Florida, United States. The lunar module (LM) Eagle lands on moon. Image of the lunar module (LM) Eagle on moon surface. View as Commander Neil Armstrong steps out from lunar module (LM) Eagle on the moon surface and declares "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind". Boot prints on surface of the moon after Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon. Armstrong collects a contingency soil sample using a sample bag on a stick. He folds the bag and tucks it into a pocket. Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Eugene Aldrin (Buzz Aldrin), second man on the moon, steps out onto the moon's surface with equipment. A device is planted to collect samples from solar wind. Astronauts plant a U.S. flag on the lunar surface to honor men who lost their lives in space missions. Astronauts walk around on moon surface. Television screen shows the astronauts walking on the moon surface. Location: Cape Kennedy Florida USA. Date: July 20, 1969.
APOLLO 11 - 1969
Launched on July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 was the first manned mission to land on the Moon.
VTM-61AS Beta SP
APOLLO 16 - "NOTHING SO HIDDEN..."
MAN ON THE MOON
Pictures of the moon landings. <br/> <br/>Blurred images inside lunar module 'Eagle' of Neil Armstrong adjusting camera and equipment etc. Various shots of the surface of the moon. <br/> <br/>MS Neil Armstrong climbing down ladder onto surface of moon and describing what it is like. MS Armstrong and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin walking across moon, various shots of moon's surface. MS astronauts walking along surface. <br/> <br/>MS Aldrin and Armstrong planting the Stars and Stripes flag of the United States of America in the surface and standing by it. MS of the men standing and jumping on the moon, and speaking into microphones about what they are seeing and experiencing. <br/> <br/>Cataloguer's note: Colour item. Duplicate of item found on *PM2685*.
APOLLO 11 NEWS CONFERENCE (1989)
MARKING THE UPCOMING 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE APOLLO 11 FLIGHT (JULY 20, 1969), THE ASTRONAUTS ON BOARD THAT HISTORIC JOURNEY TO THE MOON HELD A NEWS CONFERENCE TODAY IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ASTRONAUTS NEIL ARMSTRONG, BUZZ ALDRIN AND MICHAEL COLLINS SPOKE. ARMSTRONG SAID THAT HIS IMMORTAL WORDS, "THAT'S ONE SMALL STEP FOR MAN, ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND" WERE THOUGHT OF ON THE SPOT.
++US Cernan Funeral
Funeral Held for Last Man to Walk on the Moon
VTM-61AQ Beta SP
THE EAGLE HAS LANDED - Apollo 11
APOLLO ASTRONAUT PETE CONRAD DEAD THIRD MAN TO WALK ON MOON REMEMBERED
RS 101 / NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (NASA) FEED COVERAGE ABOUT ASTRONAUT CHARLES PETE CONRAD, THE THIRD MAN TO WALK ON THE MOON, WHO WAS KILLED AT AGE 69 IN A MOTORCYCLE CRASH NEAR OJAI, CALIFORNIA 12:02:58 FTG SHOT 69/11 / CONRAD, COMMANDER OF APOLLO 12 MISSION, SETTING FOOT ON THE MOON AND DECLARING, WHOOPEE
Paramount
Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard visit Suriname
Buzz Aldrin describes walking on the moon, 21st July 1969
Buzz Aldrin explains the sensation of walking on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, 21st July 1969.
APOLLO 11 - 2 - 1969
Launched on July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 was the first manned mission to land on the Moon.
Sámi Herders
LSs, MLSs of Toukmouk village at night, full moon appearing in some shots including MSs of the Toukmouk's church, snow in evidence. LSs and MLSs of the same village early in the morning. Various HAMLSs, MSs and MCSs of a handicraft open-air market, of a lot of people warmly dressed walking between the stands, of a group singing, of handicrafts in stands. MCSs of a woman in traditional dress sewing by hand a reindeer fur coat, sitting in her kitchen, including CSs of her passing leather thread in her mouth. MS of a man in traditional dress entering kitchen from outside, kneeling on the floor and taking out a knife to cut harness. CSs and MCSs of the woman sewing with a little girl at her knees watching her. MCSs and CSs of the man putting on the reindeer fur coat and of the woman checking it. MCSs and CSs of the man mending his harness using awl and leather thread.
MAN ON THE MOON
Pictures of the moon landings. <br/> <br/>Blurred images inside lunar module 'Eagle' of Neil Armstrong adjusting camera and equipment etc. Various shots of the surface of the moon. <br/> <br/>MS Neil Armstrong climbing down ladder onto surface of moon and describing what it is like. MS Armstrong and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin walking across moon, various shots of moon's surface. MS astronauts walking along surface. <br/> <br/>MS Aldrin and Armstrong planting the Stars and Stripes flag of the United States of America in the surface and standing by it. MS of the men standing and jumping on the moon, and speaking into microphones about what they are seeing and experiencing. <br/> <br/>Cataloguer's note: Colour item.
America on the Moon
America on the Moon. The historic Apollo 11 Moon landing on July 20, 1969.. 1960s, July 16, 1969, Cape Kennedy, Cape Canaveral, Florida, Apollo 11 on launch pad 39A, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins wearing spacesuits, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin exiting van and walking to Apollo 11, countdown to launch of Apollo 11, Apollo 11 liftoff from launch pad, Cape Kennedy Mission Control center, people in control room watching Apollo 11 in flight, Apollo 11 streaking through sky, Lyndon Johnson and bystanders watching Apollo 11 in flight, radar control cameras recording launched vehicle through separation, view from lunar orbit of Earth receding into distance and Moon looming near, Lunar Module Eagle separating from Command Module Columbia, LM descending to Moon, dialog between Armstrong and Mission Control about touchdown on Moon, One small step for man..., people in Mission Control Center, Armstrong and Aldrin descending steps of LM to Moon, Armstrong and Aldrin raising American flag on Moon, Armstrong and Aldrin walking on Moon and communicating to Mission Control about Moon's surface, Armstrong and Aldrin collecting Moon samples, seismograph and laser target, view of Earth from Moon, LM lifts off from Moon to meet Columbia in orbit, LM docking with Columbia, crew demonstrating weightlessness as they relax in spaceship, view of Earth from lunar orbit, USS Hornet (CVS-12) Prime Recovery Ship (PRS), radar scanning horizon for splashdown from USS Hornet, Navy helicopter hovering over water, astronauts wearing isolation garments in lifeboat after splashdown, President Nixon watching homecoming from USS Hornet, Navy helicopter lifting astronauts out of water into helicopter and transporting to USS Hornet, Mission Control watching recovery footage, helicopter touching down on USS Hornet, astronauts disembarking helicopter to USS Hornet and being quarantined, President Nixon talking with astronauts in quarantine van